Oistrakh


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Oistrakh

1. David . 1908--74, Russian violinist
2. his son, Igor . born 1931, Russian violinist
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It is run by the Russian-born violinist Rimma Sushanskaya, a student of the legendary David Oistrakh and now a visiting lecturer at Birmingham Conservatoire.
Hindemith: Violin Concerto, Bruch: Scottish Fantasia, David Oistrakh (violin), Paul Hindemith and Jascha Horenstein conducting the London Symphony; Classic Records CSCD 6337.
The CDK Music Catalog is unique for its selection of Russian-composed music performed by renowned Russian artists including Sviatoslav Richter, David Oistrakh, Mstislav Rostropovich, Mikhail Pletnev, Evgeni Svetlanov, Vladimir Fedosejev, Oleg Kagan, Natalia Gutman and Yuri Bashmet.
Shostakovich had a warm and close relationship with the virtuoso violinist David Oistrakh and he dedicated both his violin concertos to him.
The members of The Kopelman Quartet graduated from the Conservatoire in the 1970s, in the years when they would have worked with such musicians and teachers as David Oistrakh, Dmitri Shostakovich, Natalia Gutman and Mstislav Rostropovich.
These were dark days for Soviet musicians; David Oistrakh, whom Stern meets while in Russia, offers a chilling response to Stern's query about why he works so hard under such difficult circumstances: "If I stop even for a little while, I'll start to think.
It was internationally renowned violinist David Oistrakh who imparted that bit of wisdom back when Treger was a student at the Moscow Conservatory.
Most of us know this work through the magisterial recording of David Oistrakh to whom the work is dedicated.
Influenced by the musical and comedic genius of legendary Hollywood stars Judy Garland, Jackie Gleason and Victor Borge, as well as the beauty and talent of concert violinists David Oistrakh and Jascha Heifetz, Pitcairn has created her own signature style of performance.
Shostakovich Concertos Oistrakh / Rostropovich (Regis RRC1385) Anyone wanting authoritative performances of Shostakovich's two greatest concertos need look no further than this bargain-priced disc.
With the privilege of having both Dorothy DeLay (1917-2002) and Igor Oistrakh (b.
I understand that Oistrakh was there, and so were Gilels and Richter.